Talented Sushi Chef Prepares a Beautiful Meal for His Beloved Cat In a Lighthearted Experiment

Chef Jun Yoshizuki of Jun’s Kitchen decided to conduct an experiment involving his trusted kitchen mate and beloved feline Kohaku. Jun wanted to see which meal Kohaku preferred, a beautifully prepared homemade meal made from fresh fish and chicken or dry food from the store. The results of the experiment came as no surprise to anyone.

Thank you for watching! I normally cook a meal like this for Kohaku once a year on his birthday, but since I got a lot of requests to make a food for him, I decided to make this video. …If you want to make a meal for your cats, please do research on which ingredients are okay to use. Also, make sure not to feed too much nor too often since it’s difficult to make a meal that are nutritious enough for cats.

Jun also generously posted the recipe for this dish, again cautioning his audience to research what their own cat’s nutritional needs.

Sea bream
Chicken tender (or chicken breast)
Yellow Fin Tuna
Bonito Stock Soup
Catnip powder

1. Boil all the meat and fish for about a minute or two until they’re cooked.
2. Put them in a cold water and cool them down.
3. Chop them into tiny pieces.
4. Put the paste in a round mold (or a cup if you don’t have a mold!)
5. Add bonito stock soup and sprinkle some catnip powder.

?Do not use fatty part of fish and/or chicken since it’ll have too many calories.
?Try giving a tiny piece of cooked fish or chicken to your cat to see if he/she will like it and won’t have problems digesting before making an actual meal.
?Again, please do research on your own.

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Lori Dorn
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